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Old 04-18-2017, 02:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wyoming counties back out of ALC land transfer

Looks like Wyoming is starting to distance themselves from the ALC.
could be a small win in the public lands issue.

http://trib.com/news/state-and-regio...78a9d859e.html
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Good news, I hope if you live in a county that supports ALC, you are doing what you can to advocate for them to drop their support. Good to see.
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Good news, I hope if you live in a county that supports ALC, you are doing what you can to advocate for them to drop their support. Good to see.
If everybody did that, Ivory would have to get a real job. Or hit up the Koch brothers again.
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Ok, lets see...Paying private companies with public money in order to try and get the American public's lands transferred to a state's public hands in order to sell them to private companies...whew...did I say that right? I guess it might be simpler to just say "privatization of public monies".
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